Summary of Study Session 13

In Study Session 13, you have learned that:

  1. Procurement of a wide range of goods, services and works is an important part of WASH programme management.
  2. Procurement processes can be complex and require appropriately trained staff. Guidelines, manuals and standard procedures are available to support people responsible for procurement.
  3. Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is a critical component of all projects and programmes.
  4. M&E is intended to track progress, measure impact, increase accountability, inform decision making, encourage investment and build capacity.
  5. All levels of the OWNP organisational structure have some responsibility for M&E.
  6. Data on many aspects of WASH access and behaviour is collected as part of the M&E process.
  7. The National WASH Inventory and WASH MIS are data collection and management systems to provide comprehensive data on WASH in Ethiopia and are designed make the data accessible to stakeholders.
  8. The OWNP results framework sets out the targets for the programme. KPI data is compared with the framework to assess progress towards meeting the targets.

13.4 Results framework and key performance indicators

Self-Assessment Questions (SAQs) for Study Session 13